Saturday, December 22, 2012

Fla. teachers score well in new state eval system Florida
Nearly 97 percent of Florida teachers were rated as "effective" or "highly effective" under a controversial new evaluation system released by state officials Wednesday. The scores varied widely among school districts, leaving critics to questions their validity.
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  1. This is just crazy. Simply find a way to view a teacher in action and you will see the failure of this scoring system right away. I would love to know what "effective" is...I guess my expectations are too high.